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Mountain View Veterinary Clinic is a full service veterinary facility that offers exceptional medical and surgical care. Dr. Rebecca Keil and her staff are committed to providing the highest level of care available to your beloved pet.
We believe that pets are family members and as such deserve the best. Our number one concern is the health and well being of your pet.
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There are a lot of common household items that can be very harmful to your pet. Check out this extensive list by the FDA of potentially dangerous items to keep away from your pet.
Many edible and non-edible dangers for your pet may exist within or around your home.
If you're struggling to keep your pet at a healthy weight, we can help you. Based on your pet's age and breed, we can determine the best course of action. mountainviewvetclinic.com
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Did you know that November is Pet Cancer Awareness Month? Cancer affects one in four dogs and one in five cats. It is also the number one disease-related killer of both cats and dogs. This month is about educating owners about the signs and treatment options for pets with cancer. If you have any questions, contact us. mountainviewvetclinic.com
Happy Halloween! We hope you and your pets have a fun-filled, safe time this weekend!
There are many ways for both cats and dogs to be injured. These are the top 10 most common ways a pet can become hurt and what you as an owner can do to prevent these injuries.
Veterinarians talk to WebMD about common injuries in dogs and cats.
As we approach Halloween, it's important to remember that candy and food sweetened with xylitol can be deadly for your dog to consume. If you have products with xylitol in them around your home, keep them out of reach of your pet.
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One of the factors that play an extremely important role in your pet's health is what they eat. While you may want to treat them to some things on your dinner plate here and there, there are some foods that you should always avoid feeding your pet.
View the list of poisonous foods to avoid, including: chocolate, xylitol, alcohol, avocado, coffee, caffeine, citrus, coconut, coconut oil, grapes, raisin, macadamia nuts, milk and dairy.
In order to have your pet as part of your life for as long as possible, you have to stay on top of their health just like you do your own. Bring them in to see us and make sure of it. mountainviewvetclinic.com
Boredom in cats can lead to behavioral issues like aggression, scratching, urination outside the litter box, and more. Keep your cat entertained with these tips to avoid any issues.
Pups love Halloween treats just like humans, so why not make some that are safe for them to consume and delicious. Here are some DIY ideas that you can recreate for your pet, while of course, keeping their dietary restrictions in mind.
Now, this holiday can be a favorite with both you AND your dog.
Our veterinary team's involvement in your pet's life doesn't stop the moment your appointment ends. We are dedicated to educating our clients even when you aren't in the office so your pet can live a healthy life. If you have any questions about care, contact us. mountainviewvetclinic.com
As a responsible pet owner, there are a few measures you must take to ensure your pet lives a healthy life.
Did you know what dogs can also become depressed, much like humans? While the way in which they experience depression is different from the disorder that affects us, it is possible that they start to become withdrawn. Here are the symptoms of depression in dogs and what you can do to help your pet.
Can dogs get depression? Learn about the signs of depression in dogs and find out how to help your sad dog.
What are you doing to keep your pet healthy?
Cats, just like humans, need exercise to stay healthy. Here are some tips on how to get your cat to exercise.
Your cat needs exercise to stay healthy. Get tips from WebMD on how you can encourage your cat to play every day.
A healthy pet is a happy pet and we're here to make sure your pet is the healthiest it can be. mountainviewvetclinic.com
It's important to be mindful of how much you feed your dog based on breed, age, and size in order to prevent obesity and other health conditions.
Happy first day of fall! Do you have any ideas of what you can do to keep your pet happy during the fall? Here are a few!
A new season means new risks for your pets; keep them healthy and happy with these tips!
Did you know that your pet can still get fleas and ticks well into the fall months? Many owners are under the impression that their pet is less likely to get them compared to the summertime but the parasites still thrive in autumn as well. Contact us if you need information on the best ways to prevent these pests from infecting your pets. mountainviewvetclinic.com
If your dog is struggling with an upset stomach, one of these may be the reason why. Give us a call if symptoms worsen, your dog throws up multiple times, is weak, or has blood in its stool. mountainviewvetclinic.com
Have you recently welcomed a new bundle of joy into the world? Congratulations! Now it's time to get ready to bring baby home and figure out the best way to introduce your newborn and pet. Follow these tips to prepare your dog for the newest member of your family.
When you bring a new baby home, your dog will face an overwhelming number of novel sights, sounds and smells. It may be a difficult time for her, especially if she’s been the “only child” for a while. To make things go as smoothly as possible for everyone, it’s important to take some time to...
When was the last time your pet had a checkup? You should bring your dog in to see us at least once per year and your cat in twice a year. These wellness exams give us the opportunity to discuss any concerns as well as check their overall health. mountainviewvetclinic.com
Does your cat like to chew on the electrical wires in your home? These tips, along with getting your cat checked at the vet for any underlying causes, can help to stop this potentially dangerous behavior.
Part of being a responsible owner is keeping your dog groomed. Here are a few tips to keep your furry friend looking beautiful.
Have you ever watched your dog roll on the ground, lick her coat or chew at her fur? These are her ways of keeping clean. Sometimes, though, she’ll need a little help from you to look and smell her best. But don’t worry, we’re here to help. Read on for ways to keep your dog’s fur, skin, nail...
Has your pet been struggling with fleas and ticks? We can help you choose the best medication for your pet and give you helpful information on how to prevent them. mountainviewvetclinic.com
Not all heroes wear capes, some wear harnesses! Here's to all the extraordinary service dogs out there that do a great job caring for those who need additional help.
We know you love your pet and want them in your life for as long as possible. Make these practices a habit to keep your pet happy and healthy for years to come.
Anyone who has ever had a dog or cat wishes just one thing — that he or she has a healthy and long life. Here are five tips that can help your pet do just that.
Do you think your dog has an ear infection? If so, it will not go away on its own. They require medication to restore healthy ear function. Bring your dog in for an ear exam to find out if it needs treatment. mountainviewvetclinic.com
If your cat has heat exhaustion symptoms, begin efforts to cool it down. You can soak your cat with cool water and give drinking water. If your cat continues to show signs of heatstroke, come to the vet immediately. mountainviewvetclinic.com
Has your pet had ticks this season? The pesky parasites can easily attach themselves to your pet whenever they spend time outdoors. Check out these 10 ways to prevent ticks on your dog.
Finding ticks on dogs is a summertime hazard, but getting rid of them doesn't have to be! Learn how to get rid of & prevent ticks with 10 different treatments.
Does your pet struggle to cope with you leaving your home? Separation anxiety may be to blame. If your pet chews on objects, barks when left alone, urinates, or defecates, they may have developed separation anxiety. Speak with us about how we can help your pet. mountainviewvetclinic.com
Have you noticed a change in your cat's dietary habits? Sometimes it may be their dislike for the food, but it could also be a more serious issue. If you change your cat's food and it still isn't eating, bring them in for a visit. mountainviewvetclinic.com
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